Delta Speaker Mourns Ebikagboro

The Speaker of Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori has described the untimely demise of


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Delta Speaker Mourns Ebikagboro
Mr. Timi Ebikagboro

The Speaker of Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori has described the untimely demise of Delta Broadcasting Service, Warri, Sport Journalist, Mr. Timi Ebikagboro as shocking.

 

Mr. Timi Ebikagboro died in the early hours of Friday September, 29 in Warri, Delta State after a brief illness.

 

In a press statement issued in Asaba by his Chief Press Secretary, Dennis Otu, the Speaker received the news as a rude shock, saying that the journalist he described as disciplined and focused died at the time he was most needed.

 

According to the Statement, “On Friday morning, I received the painful news of the demise of Mr. Timi Ebikagboro of DBS, Warri with a rude shock.  Words are not enough to describe how I felt when the news broke out. His death at this time when he was most needed is very devastating. My heart is heavy. It was a black Friday”.

 

The Speaker while consoling the family of the deceased, prayed God to grant them the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss.

 

Speaker Oborevwori also used the medium to express his condolences to the management and Staff of DBS Warri and the Sports Community, imploring them to take heart.

 

“I pray that God should make us all to be strong at this moment of grief. My heart goes out to those he left behind, especially his wife and children. May his gentle soul and that of all the faithful departed rest in perfect peace and may the perpetual light shine upon them", the statement added.

 

 


Valerie Ifeanyichukwu Oguafor
Valerie Ifeanyichukwu Oguafor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from University of Benin, Edo State. apart from her evolving reportorial skill, she had stint in Broadcast at Delta State Government owned, Delta Broadcasting service, Warri. she can be reached via 07064229099 ifeanyi_valerie@yahoo.com
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